What is Dandelion Root Tea good for?
Dandelion, also known as “lion’s teeth”,belongs to Asteraceae family, native to Europe. Dandelion is traditionally used as cleansing herb for Detox.Dandelion Roots, particularly arehepatoprotective, probiotic, improves digestion, increases bile flow.
What are benefits of drinking Dandelion Root Tea?
Dandelion root tea is slightly bitter in taste.Dandelion roots when powdered and roasted, are widely enjoyed as coffee substitute.
Dandelion root tea has many benefits since it promotes liver, gall bllader, spleen health.
Dandelion herb also helps in digestion, blood sugar regulation.
How Dandelion Root works?
Dandelion root consists of many phytochemicals such as sesquiterpene, sterols, polysaccharides such as inulin (a dietary fibre), flavonoids, etc.
These constituents are responsible for dandelion root benefits. Dandelion is also rich in many vitamins and minerals.
How to make Dandelion Root Tea?
- Put 1 teaspoon of Dandelion Root in a bowl.
- Add 300ml water to bowl & boil it till water level comes down to 150ml.
- Sieve it in a cup & add honey/stevia if needed
- Enjoy slightly bitter taste of Dandelion Roots
What often once should drink Dandelion Root Tea?
1-3 cups in a day.
What are side effects of Dandelion Root Tea?
Dandelion is "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) as a food by the U.S. Food and DrugAdministration. It rarely can cause allergic reactions, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal upset.Avoid if you are pregnant, nursing or suffering from gall stone obstruction.
What is the difference between Dandelion Leaf Tea & Dandelion Root Tea?
Dandelion leaves are used in salads while Dandelion roots are sometimes used as a coffee substitute.Dandelion roots has certian phytochemicals that are probiotic in nature helpful in digestion along with promotion of liver & bile health. Dandelion Root is best for cleansing and detox.
How to store Dandelion Root?
Store at room temperature away from sunlight & moisture.
Do not freeze supplement.
Keep out of the reach of children.